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  • Senses

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    THE SENSES Hilgard morgan and Sartain explain that there are more than eight senses that we use to explore and learn about the world.Each of these senses has a specific sense organ within which are receptor cells or receiving mechanisms that are sensitive to certain stimuli in the environment. The Eye Is the organ of vision, is sometimes compared to a camera lens because it works roughly the same way as the latter which focuses images of objects at various distances o the film as it

  • Senses : A Human 's Natural Senses

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    natural senses can be trusted in cases where any life is in danger. The five senses, sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, are man’s primary way of interacting with the world. They provide us with information about what is around us in the world and different qualities of the information. We were able to make use of our senses before we even learned a language. Senses are vital to human survival, however, we do need to also involve other ways of knowing in order to gain knowledge. Senses are the

  • Sense Perception In The Matrix : Sense Perception

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    Sense perception is a way to gain information by using our sense: touch, feel, taste, see, hear, and smell, it is a way of knowing. When it comes to ways of knowing, like sense perception, it is questionable whether or not it affects us in a positive or negative way. It can be argued if it is leading us in the wrong direction. If you see it, do you believe it? Sense perception is one way that allows us to interact and communicate with each other and the world. This is our primary way of knowing

  • The Five Human Senses: The Sense Of Perceptions

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    The sense of Perception is the knowledge obtained throughout the frequent need of one of the five main human senses, such as taste, sight, hearing, smell or touch. For example, if a tree falls in the middle of nowhere, and no one is around to hear it (including animals), that does not make it a sound (which basically is the wave movement of particles), because only animals and human beings can hear and perceive the movement of those particles through the hearing, as far as we know. Only through this

  • The Seventh Scene: The Five Senses Of The Sixth Sense

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    we are taught that the human body has five senses. I’m sure we can all recite them: sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell. This list has frequent unchanged since the time of Aristotle. To most people, a “sixth sense” refers either to one outside the realm of the scientific, or one that simply does not exist in most humans. However, ask a neurologist how many senses the human body has, and you might get a surprising answer. Many identify nine or more senses- some listing as many as twenty-one. The

  • Sixth Sense Technology : Fourth Sense Essay

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    Sixth Sense Technology provides us a near resemblance of a natural sixth sense, a higher order sense than the five senses we have. Sixth Sense Technology device have a mini-projector and a camera which are connected to a smartphone. Smartphone is used as a computer and have internet connectivity. Camera recognizes any object or person in the view with help of the internet connectivity and important information about that object can be projected on any desired surface including the object itself or

  • Sense of Taste

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    INTRODUCTION God has created man with five important senses to help him relate with his environment. These senses help man to relate the information that he is getting outside the body to the brain which is the chief controller of the activities of the body. According to Microsoft Encarta, Sense Organs, in humans and other animals, are faculties by which outside information is received for evaluation and response. This is accomplished by the effect of a particular stimulus on a specialized organ

  • Chemical Senses

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    Chemical Senses Robert J. Bernal June 6, 2016 Robert Levitt, Instructor University of Phoenix Intro The senses of smell and taste are chemically based senses that are unique to the other senses in the way in which the brain interprets them. Unlike other senses which are perceived and categorized analytically, taste and smell both pass through the emotional response center of the brain on the way to their being stored as memories, evoking an emotional association to their formation

  • Sense Of Blindness

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    HEIGHTENED SENSES IN THE BLIND We as human beings utilize the five senses to process information about our surroundings. These senses help keep us safe. For example, we use our sense of touch to avoid picking up a hot pan, while our senses of smell and taste prevent us from cooking any rotten food in the pan. Our sense of sight allows us to see an oncoming train, while our sense of sound makes it possible to hear the train’s horn. Unfortunately, some people are born without the sense of sight, and

  • What Is The Five Senses

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    Part I A) I do believe that there are senses within us, but they are different versions of the five senses. I believe that hunger is an automatic response of the body. I think that hunger is a sensation, and there is a level of perception and awareness attached to it. I, personally, believe that the senses are only related to the 5 senses. Hunger, I would still believe to be categorized as a sense in the same way that the 5 senses receive information.

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